Episode 72: Make the Choices that Reclaim Your Power

No one chooses the cancer journey for themselves, so it’s up to us to make the experience the best we can. Have you thought about what choices you can make to empower yourself and live more fully in the world?

In this episode, I’m sharing my thoughts on the universal laws of choice, letting go of the things that no longer serve you, and why making choices (and sacrifices) will help create a better quality of life as you navigate through survivorship.

I’m exploring: 

  • The many ups and downs of the treatment phase of cancer
  • Why I decided to make a change to the podcast 
  • How to get MORE clear about the ways your situation is impacting your social, emotional, and physical well-being
  • The #1 thing that might be impacting your long-term health
  • Why having a plan B makes the decision making process easier
  • And so much more!

Resources mentioned in this episode:

“The Laws of Spirit” by Dan Millman

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